#ChicagoMusic WantAds-Hip-Hop Digital Magazine Considering New Music
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Details: 9 Elements Digital Magazine is currently accepting new hip-hop styles of music for feature consideration.
9 Elements Digital Magazine has been created to fill a void in the Hip Hop media and recently joined forces with Temple of Hip-Hip and are working side by side with KRS-One and the Stop The Violence Movement.
With this publication, 9 Elements hopes to add a more truthful representation of what can be considered Hip Hop. They believe Hip Hop is not just rappers talking about thuggery, women and money, but a culture consisting Breakin, Emceein, Deejayin, Graffiti Art, Beatboxin, Fashion, Language, Knowledge and Entrepreneurialism.
9 Elements will not respond to direct messages regarding this opportunity; submissions will be considered only through Music Clout.
Deadline July 29, 2012
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Posted on July 9, 2012, in Platinum Want Ads and tagged Arts and Entertainment, Ascap, BMI, British hip hop, Chicago, Chicago Artists, Chicago hip hop, Entertainment, hip-hop, Ms. Carmen, Music, music business, Platinum Voice PR, PlatinumVoice PR, Stop The Violence Movement, twitter. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.